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REASONING FOR RRB PO/CLERK PRELIMS



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Directions (1 –5):   Study the given information carefully and answer the following questions. 
D, E, F, G, H, I, J and K are eight persons. Each of them belongs to different places, viz Goa, Jaipur, Pune, Indore, Ranchi, Kerala, Kolkata and Mumbai. Each of them likes a different Colors, viz Red, Black, Blue, Green, Orange, Pink, Grey and Yellow, but not necessarily in the same order.   
D, who likes Grey, is belongs to neither Mumbai nor Ranchi. E belongs to Indore and does not like either Red or Blue. The one who belongs to Goa likes Green. The one who likes Yellow is belongs to Jaipur and the one who belongs to Kolkata likes Black. K doesn’t like Orange. H and I like Black and Pink, though not necessarily in the same order. G likes Yellow. J belongs to Kerala and doesn’t like Red. The one who belongs to Ranchi likes Pink. F does not belongs to Mumbai. The one who belongs to Pune doesn’t like either Blue or Orange.   
1. Who among of the following likes Red?  
A. K 
B. J 
C. G 
D. H 
E. None of these  
2. Who among of the following is belongs to Mumbai?  
A. G 
B. H 
C. K 
D. J 
E. None of these  
3. F belong to which of the following cities?  
A. Goa 
B. Ranchi 
C. Kerala 
D. Pune 
E. None of these  
4. Which of the following combinations is definitely correct?  
A. F–Goa–Black 
B. I–Kolkata–Black 
C. G–Kerala–Red  
D. E-Indore–Orange  
E. None is correct  
5. Which of the following combinations is incorrect?  
A. G–Yellow 
B. D–Pune 
C. J–Pink 
D. F–Green 
E. None of these  
Solution-
Direction (6-10): In these questions, relationship between different elements is shown in the statements. These statements are followed by two conclusions.    
6. Statement:  P  ≤  Q = R > S > T 
Conclusions:  
I. P < T  
II. T < Q  
A. Only conclusion I follows   
B. Only conclusion II follows   
C. Either conclusion I or II follows   
D. Neither conclusion I nor II follows   
E. Both conclusion I and II follows  
7. Statement:  L  ≤   M < N > O = P  
Conclusion:   
I. P < N   
II. O < M   
A. Only conclusion I follows   
B. Only conclusion II follows   
C. Either conclusion I or II follows   
D. Neither conclusion I nor II follows   
E. Both conclusion I and II follows  
8. Statement: J > K ≤ L = M < N  
Conclusions:  
I. K < N  
II. K < M  
A. Only conclusion I follows  
B. Only conclusion II follows  
C. Either conclusion I or II follows  
D. Neither conclusion I nor II follows  
E. Both conclusion I and II follows  
9. Statement: P ≤Q = R, T > R = S   
Conclusions:  
I. P = S  
II. P < S  
A. Only conclusion I follows  
B. Only conclusion II follows  
C. Either conclusion I or II follows  
D. Neither conclusion I nor II follows  
E. Both conclusion I and II follows  
10. Statement:  P ≤ Q = R, T > R = S   
Conclusions:  
I. Q < T  
II. P < S  
A. Only conclusion I follows  
B. Only conclusion II follows  
C. Either conclusion I or II follows  
D. Neither conclusion I nor II follows  
E. Both conclusion I and II follows  
Solution-
6. Ans. B. 
P  ≤  Q = R > S > T 
For conclusion I:  I. P < T (false) no relation between P & T  
For conclusion II:  Q = R > S > T II. T < Q (true) T is smalller than Q Hence, only conclusion II follows 
7. Ans. A. 
L  ≤ M < N > O = P  
For conclusion I -  N > O = P   I. P < N (true)  
For conclusion II -  M < N > O II. O < M (false)  Hence, only conclusion I follows  
8. Ans. A. 
J > K ≤ L = M < N  
Conclusions:  
I. K < N  (true) K ≤ L = M  
II. K < M (false) Here, K is either smaller or equal to M. So, this is not true. Hence, the only conclusion I follows.  
9. Ans. C. 
P ≤Q = R, T > R = S   
by combining both the statement we get, P ≤ Q = R = S < T  For both the conclusion, P ≤Q = S < T  P ≤ S I. P = S  II. P < S So, both the conclusion make complementary pairs, hence either I or II conclusion follows. 
10. Ans. A. 
P ≤ Q = R, T > R = S   
by combining both the statement we get, P≤ Q = R = S < T 
For Conclusion I,  Q  < T I. Q < T (true)  
For conclusion II, we get  P ≤ S  II. P < S (false) Hence, only conclusion I follows